Meet Our Staff


Carolyn Glaub

Carolyn Glaub founded The Center of Music and Art thirty-three years ago on the principle that every creative act is a dream. The mission of CMA to help people develop their dreams and use them to better their lives. Carolyn has been certified as a Kindermusik educator and has over 30 years of experience teaching young children in private lessons and group classes. 

CMA Director

Michael Anthony

Director of education & marketing

Carrie Jendrusik

Meet Carrie, our Director of Education and Marketing at The Center of Music and Art. With a Bachelor’s degree in Visual Communication Design from West Liberty University and a Master of Fine Arts in Media Design from Full Sail University, Carrie brings a wealth of artistic expertise to our team. A true orchestrator of creativity, she seamlessly integrates her strategic approach to event organization, lesson planning, class coordination, and design and marketing initiatives for the CMA.

Director of drums & percussion

William R. Cashdollar, Jr.

Bill, a graduate of Mount Vernon Nazarene University, holds degrees in Music Composition and Percussion. He has pursued further studies at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and The University of Melbourne. Bill is an active member of professional organizations such as The Percussive Arts Society, The U.S. Association of Rudimental Drummers, and The Professional Drum Teachers Guild of America. Currently, he serves as the Percussion Instructor at Harrison Central High School in Cadiz, OH, while also directing the Fort Steuben Nutcracker Drumline. He has directed the O.V.A.C. All-Star Drumline in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2022. Beyond music, Bill enjoys outdoor exploration, road trips, historic trains, and studying astronomy and physics.

Quality assurance manager

Brandon Perko

Office & Support staff

Judy Call

Judy is the life of the party! Our longest serving employee, Judy does it all! From sales to accounting, rentals and more, we couldn’t get by day to day without Judy.

Judy is a huge Pittsburgh Pirates fan, and loves spending time with her family and friends.


Sales & Support Staff

Dave Helba

Ace guitarist Dave Helba has been a staple in the Ohio Valley music scene for years, with countless experience in the music retail world. Any questions? Dave’s your man!

Sales & Support Staff

Daniel Rawson

Daniel is versed in guitar, bass, saxophone, and piano. His musical taste ranges from classic rock acts such as Pink Floyd, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Aerosmith to blues acts such as Stevie Ray Vaughn, Eric Clapton, and Jeff Healy, to metal acts such as Testament, Dream Theater, and Megadeth.

Daniel plans to continue his degree in criminal justice, and hopes to become a police officer. 

Other than music, Daniel is a huge sports fan, following football and hockey.

Sales & Support Staff

Abby Zinsmeister

Abby is an aspiring costume designer and actress. Alongside father Bobby, she’s been involved in productions and the arts since before she could talk. She’s recently completed a run of Little Shop of Horrors, and an internship with the costume department at Carnegie Mellon University and Quantum Theatre of Pittsburgh. Abby plans to become a costume apprentice.


Norm Keyser

Norm Keyser was born and raised here in the Ohio Valley and began playing guitar in 1987. With over three decades of experience, Norm is well versed in performance and  guitar repair/modification. When you bring your guitar to CMA for repairs or upgrades, you can have the piece of mind that your instrument is in the right hands. Services offered include restringing, setup, truss rod / neck adjustment, fretwork, cleaning, electronics/pickups for electric guitars, and more. You can drop off your guitar anytime, and we offer free estimates.


band instrument repair

David Smith

After training in Machine Tool Technology, David transitioned to musical instrument repair in 1972. Following a two-year apprenticeship, he became a Band Instrument Repair Technician for Gerrero Music in Steubenville, Ohio. Over 47 years in the Ohio Valley, he’s serviced instruments for 40+ school districts and numerous professional clients, specializing in saxophone repair. David also conducts repair clinics for band directors and offers mobile services at marching band contests.

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David likes to say that music and working with his hands are two things he loves very much. So a career of providing musical instruments that are both musically and mechanically reliable to Ohio Valley students has been a great pleasure for him. We asked him, “What have been some of your greatest repair challenges over your 47 year career?” He remembered the dad who tried to remove a stuck trumpet mouthpiece by tying one end to a tree and the other to his car bumper. You can visualize the result. The alto saxophone that was literally flattened when a school bus ran over it. A trombone slide that had a dollar bill rolled up inside of it (“Why is this thing playing so flat?”). And of course all the things he has discovered lodged inside musical instruments like a golf ball, marbles, lip balm, coins, ink pens, jewelry, pencils, food, candy, mouthpieces, and even homework. He says the question is always the same: “How can something that goes in so easy be so hard to get out?”

Although he has worked by himself for the majority of his profession, David states that one of his greatest pleasures is teaching young students how to care for their musical instruments and get the most from their music education.

Guitar, ukulele & bass instructor

Jonathan Stanley

Jonathan Stanley has been playing guitar since he was 14, and was himself a student at CMA for several years. His musical tastes range from classic rock bands such as Kiss and ACDC to blues acts such as Stevie Ray Vaughan and Eric Clapton to jazz/fusion acts like Greg Howe and Frank Gambale. Jonathan also plays in local original Metal band Helios and 80s cover band Steel City Messiahs. If you’re a complete beginner, an intermediate player, or even a seasoned player looking to expand on anything, stop in today. Jon would love to help.

ART instructor

Gerald Van Scyoc

Gerald has been making art for 38 years. As a professional artist and graphic designer, he has had experience in many forms of artistic media, both traditional and digital. Gerald is a frequent award winner and had his work shown in local, national, and international art shows. He is a long-time member of the Steubenville Art Association and the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh.


Kennedy Conrad

My name is Kennedy, I’m currently a senior at West Liberty University. I’m majoring in Creative Arts Therapy and minoring in Psychology. I’m doing my internship here which involves me teaching some great classes! I love art. My main medium is colored pencils, although I’ve dabbled in a variety of mediums too!

VOICE Instructor

Jennifer Forrester

Jennifer is continuing her education at Franciscan University of Steubenville in Sacred Music with a concentration on vocal performance. She has always enjoyed music throughout high school and volunteers with Harrison Central’s music department. She has been teaching voice for over a year, and is excited to teach others what they need to build their confidence and abilities.

piano instructor

Cherry Lee

A native of the Chicago area, Cherry Lee earned her Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. She has traveled extensively to places such as Brazil, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, England, France, Switzerland and Germany to name a few. Having lived in Texas, Arizona, Florida and China, Cherry relocated to the Ohio Valley where she has been teaching piano since 2013. She has served as an accompanist for a number of local vocalists and enjoys performing with other musicians. Cherry is a devoted volunteer at local animal shelters and the Weirton Christian Center.

Flute Instructor

Grace Clum

Grace, a musician and aspiring radiology professional at Eastern Gateway Community College, excels in flute playing, notably as a marching band section leader. Apart from music, she cherishes family time, adores her two cats, and indulges in reading. Passionate about sharing her love for music, Grace actively engages in community outreach, especially with children. She’s a classically trained vocalist who showcased her talent with the Pueri Cantores choir at the Vatican. With a strong work ethic and commitment to excellence, Grace is poised for success in her future pursuits.

Voice instructor

Sam Shadle

Sam Shadle is a senior at Franciscan University studying Sacred Music-Vocal Performance and Software Engineering.  During his time at Franciscan, Sam was honored to direct the Chapel Choir, Good Friday Choir, and music-direct for the Musical Theatre Troupe, and to give informal private voice lessons to members of those groups.  He is excited to apply all he has learned studying voice under Dr. Jessica Ewell, and to lean on her vocal pedagogy mentorship, to share his love and passion for music with others!

Piano instructor

Stephan Williams

Stephan Williams has played piano since the age of 9, including 7 years of study with David Zapka, former professor of piano at West Liberty University. He recently continued his piano studies with Deborah Breiding of West Liberty. He is currently pursuing a degree in philosophy from Franciscan University of Steubenville, where he also studies organ. Stephan is excited to begin teaching piano and sharing his love of the instrument with others.

Drama & Theater instructor

Bobby Zinsmeister

A graduate of Clarion University of Pennsylvania with a BFA in Theater/Acting, Bobby is currently the Theater teacher and Drama Club advisor at Indian Creek High School. He has a professional acting career that spanned over a decade working with such theatres as Quantum Theatre, Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre, and Duquesne University’s Summer Company, First Frontier Inc., Stage First Cincinnati, and Theater IV Cincinnati. Bobby also trained with Shakespeare & Company in Lennox, MA.

Saxophone, clarinet & guitar instructor

Patrick LeMasters

Patrick LeMasters studied music at West Liberty who specializes in woodwinds and guitar. He plays in the local oldies cover band, Flashback, and the Christian Rock band, Called By Name. If you are looking for instruction in solid woodwind technique and music reading to improve your performance in band or you want to learn basic theory and ear training for the purpose of improvising in Jazz and Rock, Patrick is your guy.


Jordan Kelch

Jordan has been playing guitar for 15 years, and has recorded four of his own full length albums, as well as played as lead on multiple others. He is also a recording engineer, producer, writer, and performer.